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Missing My Good Friend, Ed
by Lois J. Christensen
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I miss him so much, words cannot be enough.


My good friend Ed is out of commission.
He is the hospital without any remission.

He's in there doing his thing.
While i'm out here not doing much of anything.
To be happy without him i'm not.
I just wish i wouldn't be such a sot.

I dream of him most nights.
And would go to  him by the flights.
Then i would end my days of worry bout him..
His fiancee Rene has gone to see bout him.
She says to let you all know he is on the mend.

Slowly but surely', he'll come back again.|
To us on the den.

Much thanks to you Rene. 

 For letting us know of his recovering.
It means so much to let you know.

That i'm wishing the best for you two in life.
And that he'll come home without any strife.

 

 

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Reviewed by Sandra Hartsell
This is very beautiful. I am sorry to hear about Tom's passing.You must've loved him very much.
Lee Hartsell
Reviewed by John Domino
A beautidully written loving tribute to your loved one. When you have a chance, please read my short story, "A Slice of a Short Life." on our Authors Den.

Blessings,

John Michael Domino
Reviewed by Z McClure
It is difficult to say 'good-bye' to those we love. Part of the healing process, I believe, until that reunion, is to remember them here in many ways. Reading your poetry helps me, and no doubt many others, through the many loses we all endure. Thankyou for taking the time,Lois, to put your life into poetry. God uses that.

~Zach
Reviewed by Sandra Corona
You are NOT alone, my dear. Friends are forever and, though I often take 'time out', you are my friend :)!

God bless and watch over you 24/7 ... as always but closer.

Sandy
Reviewed by Terry Robertson
It is the simplicity that speaks volumes. Compact and concise. So many of us have forgotten the true meaning of the holiday when we should be celebrating a birthday. I do not know this author, but she strikes me as a devout Christian. Her love for life, God and people is evident in this terrific holiday treat. Thank you for sharing.
Blessings
Terry D. Robertson
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
What a lovely tribute you have created! It is obvious to me that you
have always been tender-hearted, but age and the losses that inevitably come with it either make us more caring and sensitive, or (if we let them), bitter and standoffish. You have already grown more tender, it is easy to tell. May your holidays be filled with even more sweet memories, as well as excitement over the new possibilities that the new year will bring. Hugs! 'Pea'

PS: Think about changing the dark background near the top or change
the text to bold white or yellow. I had trouble reading that part and suspect there are others who will. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Who's older, certainly not you...you are always young in mind and writes...ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Samuel Stone
Cherished words of cherished moments... well said.. wishing you well...
Sam
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
Lois,

Fantastic write . . . and, oh what memories - wonderful!!


Hugs,

Lance
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
Beautiful memories of your husband and of Christmas brought together to uplift the heart and soul. Very touching words from your heart. God bless. Hugs, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Regina Pounds
What a beautiful and loving way to remember your Tom and the pleasure his things brought and still bring! woven together with the Now and Here to which you bring such grace, Lois.

Your thoughts and words touch the heart.
Thank you and hugs
Gina
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
Beautiful thoughts in this poem, well done! Blessings, Holly
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Happy Belated Birthday Lois, you are in my thoughts and prayers, I too look forward to Christmas the sounds, the smells
In Christs Love
Michelle~
Reviewed by Destiny Diadem
Even though the finances are low, I am looking forward to Christmas.

"Wth the inspiration that Chrismas brings
It's truly Christ's love that rings."
Reviewed by Rene Reyes
Beautifully expressed, dear poetess! Keep up the good work!

Blessings,
Rene :)
Reviewed by Li Smith
Beautifully expressed sentiments, Lois! Thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes, Li
Reviewed by Tabitha Carter
Again, Lois, another wonderful piece. Alone, but not ever alone. I hope you know that Tom watches you sleep, smiling from above, celebrating your anniversary with you, up there. /and Christmas, ah, Christmas....I love that time, too. Where magic tends to float the air and bring anyone and everyone together for Christmas, everyone seems to give a little bit more around the holiday season, if only it was always.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Very nice writing sweet lady..never stop...HUgssssss
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
It's the time of the year when everyone is in good spirit. I like Christmas too!!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Kenny Baez
I've got a similar feeling, Lois. A yen for the Jingle bells, snow and Santa Claus. The hot humid summer in China is hard work for a pale-face from Scotland. I sometimes stick on a Xmas CD with all the past hits, John Lennon and all the rest of them.... merry Christmas in advance!
Reviewed by richard cederberg
I like this ... like a day in the life. It is always good to lift up others and what God has called them to do. Blessings ...
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
Good poem .. Ones home is their haven, . Some times its good to start anew tho and build a new life and home....M
Reviewed by Ann Marquette
Lovely visual Lois. Keep writing...
Reviewed by Bonnie May
Brighten up the corner where you are I always say, Nice job Lois, you're doing just fine. Love, Bonnie
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